Title: Berserker # 1
Publisher Name: Top Cow
Writer: Rick Loverd
Art: Jeremy Haun
2.99, 32 pages, Color

Safety Content Label: PARENTAL ADVISORY - 15 years and older. Similar to T+ but featuring more mature themes and/or more graphic imagery.

Publishers Blurb:
Berserker #1
(W) Rick Loverd (A) Jeremy Haun (Cov) Dale Keown, Jeremy Haun

A brutal new series produced by Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia and DiVide Pictures!
The lives of Aaron and Farris, two young and completely different men, are turned upside down when they discover an animalistic and uncontrollable rage living inside them. Meanwhile, two mysterious organizations seek them out for their newfound strength and power for their own purposes. But what good is strength and power when you can't tell friend from foe?
From Friday Night Lights screenwriter Rick Loverd and artist Jeremy Haun (Chuck, Leading Man) comes a raw, bloody series in the spirit of Wanted! Featuring variant covers by series artist Jeremy Haun and Dale Keown (The Darkness/Pitt).

Cover A – Dale Keown
Cover B – Jeremy Haun

Full Color 32 pages $2.99 ongoing series

Reviewer Comments:
Aaron and Farris are about to have a very bad day.

Very bad.

In this Milo Ventimiglia produced comic, writer Rick Loverd really delivers a one-two punch combo of a story. And it has a mean hook, that grabs you from the first bell. Two young small town boys are having problems with their tempers. Farris worries his girlfriend by throwing lamps throwing walls in his sleep. Aaron frightens his girlfriend by shattering her ex-boyfriends arm and getting kicked off the wrestling team.

And that's the day BEFORE their bad day!

But there's more to these outbursts than mere tantrums, and two rival groups, MIDGARD and ASGARD are duking it out over who can recruit the boys into their mysterious folds.

This was a great issue and promises to be a great series. It's engaging, it's intriguing, and it's totally ass-kicking!

Loverd writes fantastic action sequences and balances them out with believable dialogue. Jeremy Hauns artwork is flawless. Many of the action scenes are silent, but Haun's artwork tells the story better than any captions ever could. Combine all that with Dave McCaig's colors and Troy Peteri's lettering, and you get a great story told in beautiful, clean panels, that are more than just the sum of their parts.

This one's gonna be a winner, gang. Get in before the inevitable "SOLD OUT AND GOING TO 2nd PRINT" news hits the internet!

Issue #1 due in stores June 24th.